5 New Fall Wedding Style Ideas

by Meredith Bodgas
  1. Fall Wedding Idea: Add White Flowers

    Heather Matson Photography
    White flowers will make the rich fall hues stand out. Plus, graphic calla lilies in contemporary containers instantly modernize the autumn arrangements.

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    Order fall-hued bouquets for your bridesmaids and an all-white one for you.
  2. Fall Wedding Idea: Use Raffia and Twigs

    Luke Walker Photography
    Set out these arrangements on columns to decorate your altar, or line your ceremony aisle with them. The raffia and the twigs bring in a rustic feel, while the candle and column add drama and formality.

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    Ask your florist to add twigs and raffia to your escort card display and reception centerpieces. Scatter some tealight candles and call it a day.
  3. Fall Wedding Idea: Hang amber-lit lanterns.

    Nick Brown Photography
    The warm-colored light perfectly coordinates with fall wedding colors. With so much going on overhead, you can keep things simple on the guest tables.

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    Use rustic lanterns in place of overstuffed floral centerpieces that might compete with the suspended setup. Also, consider using a recurring lantern motif that appears on all of your stationery.
  4. Fall Wedding Idea: Create a Mini Pie Bar

    Sweet Monday Photography
    Skip the cookie bar -- pie is the dessert of choice for fall! There are so many options -- apple, cherry, blueberry, and even persimmon -- and miniature food is a huge trend.

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    Send guests home with mini pie tins as wedding favors. Stick on recipe cards for your favorite kind of pie.
  5. Fall Wedding Idea: Serve Caramel Appletinis

    Spiked with vodka and topped with chocolate syrup, serve these during dessert to end the night on a seasonally sweet note.

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    Send guests home with caramel apples. Add their names and table numbers to each so they double as escort cards.
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